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  • In Zihuatanejo, Thursdays are pozole days

    In Zihuatanejo, Thursdays are pozole days
    The air is hot and sultry, weighted with smoke and sea salt and the heady balm of pig fat. It's not exactly soup weather. It's the rainy season, July, when I'm in Zihuatanejo, which doesn't translate to any actual rain but rather a steamy, lazy...
  • Hurricane Odile lashes Baja California with strong winds, heavy rains

    Hurricane Odile made landfall early Monday, punching the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula with strong winds and sending torrential rains across 10 Mexican states. Rain and flooding forced evacuations along Mexico’s Pacific Coast and...
  • Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March

    Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March
    Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon will be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual World Leaders Forum at Judson University in Elgin this spring, university officials announced Sunday. On March 12, Calderon will talk about the changing global...
  • The story and spin behind ex-Marine Tahmooressi, jailed in Mexico

    Although many things about the case against former Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi are murky, one thing is clear: We should all be so lucky to have such a fiercely devoted mother. Jill Tahmooressi's deft plucking of American heartstrings has been...
  • A way out for US Marine— and Mexico

    A way out for US Marine— and Mexico
    Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi should not be a prisoner, and he should not be a pawn. Tahmooressi, who has family and roots in Weston, was arrested in March by Mexican authorities when he crossed the border from California with three loaded firearms...
  • Weston family fights on for Marine Corps reservist jailed in Mexico

    Weston family fights on for Marine Corps reservist jailed in Mexico
    Surviving a roadside bomb and two concussions while serving two combat tours in Afghanistan are not the biggest challenges that Marine Corps Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi has faced. "He would say that being in a Mexican prison is his most torturous...
  • More Money, Effort Needed To Combat Human Sex Trafficking In The State

    NEW HAVEN — Connecticut is far ahead of many states in dealing with child sex trafficking but still needs more money to train police, teachers and first responders to recognize and understand the problem, experts said Monday. Several of the...
  • Mexican president meets with Gov. Brown, lauds treatment of immigrants

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, speaking at a luncheon held in honor of his visit to California, thanked Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday for respecting immigrants "whether they have citizenship or not, whether they have legal status or not." "The...
  • Reading Ferguson: books on race, police, protest and U.S. history

    Reading Ferguson: books on race, police, protest and U.S. history
    Nearly a half century before Michael Brown and Officer Darren Wilson crossed paths on a street in Ferguson, Mo., a 21-year-old man named Marquette Frye was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol, just outside of Watts. Both incidents unfolded on...
  • FICG in LA Showcases 'Mountain,' 'Wolf,' 'Paradise'

    MADRID -- Nicolas Echeverria's "Echo of the Mountain," Fernando Coimbra's "A Wolf at the Door" and Mariana Chenillo's "Paradise" will feature in the 2014 FICG in LA, which opens with Catalina Aguilar Mastretta's "The Hours With You." An L.A. extension of...
  • Looking back on a child migrant's journey north on 'The Beast'

    Looking back on a child migrant's journey north on 'The Beast'
    Denis taught me how to tame "The Beast." He was 12. I was 52. We met in a rail yard in Tapachula, Mexico, not far from the Guatemalan border. I had slung two cameras over my back and climbed the iron rungs to the top of a hopper car. I peered over and...